Psychedelic Gong Bath: 16th April

Join us for a Psychedelic Gong Bath in the spectacular main theatre of the Round Chapel in Hackney, known for its incredible acoustics.

As you lie on a mat on the floor, gongs, Himalayan singing bowls and overtone singing will be used to weave a tapestry of sound.

The vibrations create a feeling of beeing 'bathed' or carried away into the space, with participants variously reporting powerful bodily sensations, a deep meditative state often accompanied by rich imagery and visions, or feelings of timeless nothingness, ecstasy and bliss.

Kat Bumbul/Sound Mysterium is experienced and gifted sound healer, working with therapeutic grade gongs, Himalayan singing bowls and her unique voice. She is also a ritualistic tea artist, creating sensuous tea meditations inspired by Chinese and Japanese ceremonies and Taoist and Zen philosophy.
More about Kat and her work: www.soundmysterium.com

  • Doors open at 7.45pm for 8.15pm start and the session lasts over an hour.
  • No entrance after 8.15pm please.
  • Please bring a mat/mattress & a sleeping bag, and wear warm clothes and socks.
  • Ceremonial cacao available before the gong bath  (£5 cash).
  • At the end of the bath, you are welcome to stay for tea (free).

Tickets £10

(Please note, these events aren't designed for people to take psychedelics at. The Psychedelic Society does however organise 'Psychedelic Experience Weekends' - for more information, please visit http://psychedelicsociety.org.uk/experience-weekends)


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